Brazil step up their World Cup preparations with a friendly against Ghana in Le Havre on Friday (7.30pm BST).
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Brazil v Ghana: Predictions
Brazil v Ghana: Predictions
|BTTS?||No||18/35 with SBK|
|Correct score||Brazil 3-0 Ghana||11/2 with Betfair|
|First Goalscorer||Neymar||16/5 with Paddy Power|
Stade Oceane is the venue as the five-time World champions look to maintain momentum against their African opponents.
This could be a rehearsal for a potential meeting at the World Cup later this year, where they could collide in the last 16.
Brazil, who are in Group G alongside Serbia, Switzerland and Cameroon, have responded brilliantly to their Copa America final defeat by Argentina in July 2021.
Indeed, the Selecao have subsequently embarked on a 13-match unbeaten streak, winning 10, while they have scored five penalties in their last four outings.
Meanwhile, Ghana are preparing for their return to the finals, having missed out in Russia four years ago.
The Black Stars, who reached the 2010 quarter-finals, have been drawn in Group H alongside Portugal, South Korea and Uruguay.
And they will face the Samba Boys off the back of three victories in their last five games.
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Brazil v Ghana: Match Stats
Brazil have been incredibly solid at the back during their unbeaten stint, keeping nine clean sheets in their last 13 matches.
Full of confidence and momentum, Neymar will be eager to build on his blistering start at Paris Saint-Germain this season.
And the forward has found the net four times across his last four appearances for the Selecao.
Brazil v Ghana: Team news
This is an exciting time for the Ghana national team, particularly on the eve of a World Cup. Among the usual names that Otto Addo has called up, including Jordan Ayew, Andre Ayew and Thomas Partey, he also has two emerging superstars in Ajax sensation Mohammed Kudus and Kamaldeen Sulemana. On top of that, Inaki Williams and Tariq Lamptey have switched allegiances from Spain and England respectively and could make their Ghana debuts tonight, while Southampton’s uncapped defensive stalwart, Mohammed Salisu, is also in line to make his international bow. Having convinced Williams and Lamptey to pledge their allegiance to the nation, there are also reports that Eddie Nketiah and Callum Hudson-Odoi could follow in their footsteps. It would make for an exceptionally exciting international squad.
Brazil v Ghana: Squawka Says
Scoreline prediction: Brazil 3-0 Ghana
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